(Jamaica's Blue Marker) PDF ✓ Juanita Havill

Jamaica's Blue MarkerI have read most of the Jamaica series by Juanita Havill and illustrated by Anne Sibley O Brien Jamaica s Blue Marker resents a learning situation with a moral dilemma and illustrated by Anne Sibley O Brien Jamaica s Blue Marker resents a learning situation with a moral dilemma Jamaica has to work through reflect on and then internalize In each book of the series Jamaica struggles with concepts of right and wrong Jamaica s moral compass grows via her interaction with others in this case it is Russell a disruptive book whose family is moving Like in Jamaica s Find the book captures a moment of growth in a child s life that is moving Like in Jamaica s Find the book captures a moment of growth in a child s life that children can relate to and emphasize with Anne Sibley Jamaica was friends with everyone in school except for Russell NO WONDER RUSSELL WAS A MEAN BRAT WHEN THEY wonder Russell was a mean brat When they art class Russell borrowed her

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Brien s illustrations capture Jamaica s emotions and thoughts The composition and sensitivity of the illustrations expand on the text and help the reader connect with the characters Jamaica and her family are African American and her childhood experiences in this series are universal This also is a good lesson in and of itselfAge Range 4 7 yearsGrade Level Preschool 3Lexile Measure 420L A beautifully illustrated book that touches on the idea of rising above and doing the right thing even when someone has done you wrong Could Also Be Used To also be used to social emotional learning in the. Arkers and spoiled her icture At recess he threw sand and chased little kids Jamaica certainly wasn't sorry to learn that Russell was going to. ,
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Classroom This book is about being #kind to each other and This book will help young chidldren learn the joy of #to each other and sharing This book will help young learn the joy of nice to one another We have all experienced having that one classmate that just always seems to get on our bad side Children at a young age always do things to others before thinking about how it makes the other erson feels The little girl Jamaica experiences the same thing with a classmate name Russell Ironically Jamaica ends up missing Russell when he leaves to go to a new school This will be a good book to read as a read aloud and have a discussion Move away She didn't even want to make a card for him the way the in her class were doing then something happened to change her min.